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Syntax error (Missing Operator) in query expression

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I am getting this error:
Syntax error (Missing Operator) in query expression '[Project] =ZYZ Project'

My code is:
intProjectEstimate = DSum("LumpSum", "tblProjEstimateLumpSum", "[Project] =" & Me.cboProject & "")

I have tried various combinations of double and single quotes without success.

Can anyone shed some light please?

Many thanks
Dec 18 '08 #1
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Assuming that Project is text, I believe you'll find that

"[Project] =" & Me.cboProject & "")

needs to be

"[Project] ='" & Me.cboProject & "'")

Linq ;0)>
Dec 18 '08 #2

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Thanks Linq ;0)>

That did the trick!

Actually, I thought I had tried that at some stage but it did not work before. Obviously, I mistyped something!
Dec 18 '08 #3

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Quoting the error message like that made the answer a doddle (especially for one of Linq's calibre). I just wanted to draw attention to how much easier you made this than many do :)
Dec 23 '08 #4

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